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The Slaughtering Grounds is a 2014 first-person shooter survival horror game developed by Mark Dice Productions and released by WWE Studios, who brought you classics like "Gummy Rat Surgery Simulator 2013".
The game follows Sonic, Shadow, and Silver in a story intertwined in their respective gameplay modes.
In 2054, North Korea has developed advanced technologies, enabling them to turn the tide against South Korea. After a briefing, United States Marine Corps Private and best friends Jack Mitchell (Troy Baker) and Will Irons (Paul Telfer) take part in a massive drop shock raid against the North Koreans in Seoul, under the command of Sergeant Cormack (Russell Richardson). Will is killed in action after protecting Mitchell, who has his left arm severed and is forced to be discharged from military service. After attending Will's funeral, Mitchell is offered a position in Atlas Corporation, the world's most powerful private military contractor, by CEO Jonathan Irons (Kevin Spacey), Will's father, and is also given an advanced prosthetic arm to replace his lost one.
In 1991, the escaped Richter tells his story to Evan in exchange for plane tickets for his mother to come to Hawaii. Evan's marriage and finances, however, are under pressure as he spends more time working on his book, and the player must choose whether he abandons the book or his family.
In the aftermath, Batman is presumed dead and is honored as a hero. With Wayne also presumed dead, Wayne Manor becomes an orphanage, and his remaining estate is left to Alfred. Fox discovers that Wayne had fixed the Bat's autopilot and Gordon finds the Bat-Signal refurbished. Alfred finds that Wayne is alive and well, together with Selina, while visiting Florence. Blake resigns from the police force and, following Wayne's instructions, discovers the Batcave and its contents.
The Slaughtering Grounds, like many other games from Mark Dice, is presented as a co-operative first-person zombie survival horror game. The Slaughtering Grounds, however, introduces many new elements never before seen in a Mark Dice game.
Players can use abilities, such as Roman Reigns' "Armored Vest", which grants immunity for up to 30 seconds, and Tigerplanet's "3015", which can kill a large number of zombies within a certain range, "banning them"
The Slaughtering Grounds received overwhelmingly positive reviews, with the average score being 9.7/10. Ted Cruz of IGN stated "The game has beyond the beauty of real-world graphics, the gameplay makes my dick rock-hard, and the soundtrack might as well be the sound of Jesus' anus. This game made my nipples erect." Justin Trudeau of Gamespot said "I didn't really like it", and Donald Trump of Kotaku said "Fuck mexicans and chinese people."
On 9/29/16, Steam pulled the game off their store, stating "My nipples are too erect." The final copy remains in the coffin of Jesus.